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  1. Poster Teaching and learning effect analysis of interprofessional training programme for postgraduate pharmacists


    Background: insufficient communication and lack of integration between medical departments leads to many adverse events. The purpose of interprofessional education (IPE) is to educate students how to enhance their ability toward interprofessional practice (IPP) and improve healthcare outcomes for patients through teamwork. Methods: clinical teachers ...

  2. Poster Study on an 'indirect' risk prediction method of herb-induced hepatotoxicity based on artificial intelligence plus evidence-based evaluation

    liu Z, Chen J, Wang H

    Background: herb-induced liver injury (HILI) is difficult to evaluate and identify, particularly as herb-related toxicity is often brought about by the unique composition of the medication and the complexity of its clinical use. Objectives: on the premise of not interfering with any researchers’ work, this study sets out to establish an indirect ...

  3. Poster Diverse perspectives from regulatory agencies in Latin America concerning platelet-rich plasm production and use

    Riera R, Pachito D

    Background: despite the increasing use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) both in clinical practice and in research projects, some uncertainties remain around the standardization of its composition and techniques for its production and application. There is also a need for clinical studies that may testify to its effectiveness and safety. The role of regulatory ...

  4. Poster Diversity around the effects of platelet-rich plasma for medical conditions

    Latorraca CO, Pachito DV, Pacheco R, Martimbianco AL, Riera R

    Background: Considering the current use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for a wide range of medical conditions, the assessment of its clinical effects by a evidence-based approach is crucial. Objectives:To provide a comprehensive synthesis of findings derived from systematic reviews (SRs) assessing effectiveness and safety of PRP. Methods: Review ...

  5. Poster A 40-hour tailored training programme improves evidence-based practice (EBP) competences in clinical nurses

    Yeh M, Chang B, Dai H, Chung M, Wang M

    Background: today, medical care can be guided by evidence-based practice (EBP), and EBP is a well-accepted healthcare model for nursing practice in Taiwan. In order to perform EBP adequately, it is mandatory for healthcare professionals to acquire not only knowledge, but also skills and attitude. Objectives: this study designed a specific, 40-hour ...

  6. Poster Real-world effectiveness of long-acting injections for reducing recurrent hospitalizations in patients with schizophrenia

    Yun YJ, Baek SJ, Kim HO, Seo GH, Lee BC

    Background: the comparative effectiveness of antipsychotic long-acting injections (LAIs) and oral medication is not clear due to various methodological problems. Objectives: to compare the effectiveness of LAIs and oral antipsychotics for preventing readmission in patients with schizophrenia. Methods: data were obtained from the Health Insurance ...

  7. Oral Adaptation of the European Guidelines on Breast Cancer Screening to the Tunisian setting using the GRADE-ADOLOPMENT approach

    Kahale LA, Ouertatani H, Ben Brahem A, Ben Hamouda M, Sar Parkinsion Z, Akl EA

    Background: guidelines are the cornerstone of high-quality evidence-based practice. Guidelines could be 1) developed from scratch, (i.e. de novo); 2) adopted from one setting to another as is; or 3) adapted from one setting to another taking into consideration contextual factors. The development of a de novo guideline is a demanding process ...

  8. Poster Streamlined versus extensive search methods- is there a difference?

    Mann M, Klerings I, Woodward A, Nelson A, Byrne A

    Background: there is increased pressure to conduct good-quality systematic reviews within the constraints of a timescale that meets the needs of healthcare decision makers. In recent years, rapid reviews have become increasingly popular as an efficient approach to synthesizing evidence. In most rapid review methodology, some components of the systematic ...

  9. Oral Using a challenge in Cochrane Crowd to involve medical students in evidence production

    Pérez-Gaxiola G, Leyva De Los Ríos CD, Rodríguez Páez IV, Requejo-Rivera EV, Alapizco Castro G

    Background: Cochrane Crowd was launched in 2016 as a platform to help anyone get involved in evidence production by offering microtasks such as identifying clinical trials. Cochrane Classmate is a tool that permits trainers and teachers to use Cochrane Crowd tasks and set up challenges with students. There have been previous open challenges in past ...

  10. Poster Effectiveness of mHealth interventions for patients with type 2 diabetes: scoping review

    Seo H, Kim S

    Background: mobile health (mHealth) is used to strengthen patients’ self-care management, facilitate communication between patients and service providers, provide information to improve health behaviours and decision making, prevent health-related complications, and improve health-related quality of life. Among chronic diseases, type 2 diabetes is a ...